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Gelish 6g, and Toes
Hi everyone...I keep having this issue with one or two toes everytime I do gel polish on a pedicure. I do all coats and cure ,but when I wipe the final cure, sometimes the whole coating comes right off. I know this is probably because the lights are not hitting the toes in question, but other than literally holding the toe down while in the light ,which is a huge pain ,how can I be sure they will cure properly ? This does not happen all the time, but lately it is enough where it is a problem...any tips, or advice ?
Hmmmm, I use toe separators, which spread the toes out, and I haven't had problems with curing at all.
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Yes, CandaceAE , I use those too. I don't use the thing it sits on though, because some feet will not fit in there if I use that...only having this problem lately...frustrating....
What thing it sits on? Confused... I just have them put their foot in the light.
Nail Tech/Owner
It is the white pedestal thing with the silver plate that goes on it, the lamp sits on it, or you can lift it off. I have two 6g lamps, and they both have them...

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